Glitter Dipped Christmas Candles

glitter dipped christmas candles

My friend, Sarah at Becoming Martha, shared these beautiful Ombre Glittered Candle Holders back in October.  My mind instantly went to Christmas and all the possibilities.  So, I told her I was going to steal the idea and she was cool with it.  {hee hee}  And then I saw some of these beautiful candles at JoAnn Fabrics and I couldn’t resist!  Grab a great candle, add some Mod Podge and glitter to create your own Glitter Dipped Christmas Candles!

Here’s what you need:

Candles

Painter’s tape

Sparkle Mod Podge

Paintbrush

Glitter

Following Sarah’s lead, I began by taping off my candles so they would have a crisp clean edge.

Next, I painted the exposed area with Sparkle Mod Podge.  {Sparkle Mod Podge is my new favorite medium!  It dries clear but is so sparkly!}

Roll the candle through the glitter.

Allow the Mod Podge to dry.  Once it is dry (I waited an hour), carefully peel away the painter’s tape.

Aren’t they beautiful?  I just love how they turned out and they coordinate with my mantel!

These would also look great as a centerpiece for your holiday table!

Are you decking the halls yet?

Jill
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About Jill @ Create.Craft.Love.

Jill Fritz is a full time outside the home working mommy turned craft blogger. She offers craft/DIY tutorials for Pinterest addicts, craft junkies, DIY fanatics and busy mamas. Jill started Create.Craft.Love. as place to showcase her craftiness and to encourage others to do the same. Create.Craft.Love is a place where passion and creativity collide!
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Comments

  1. Oh wow these are beautiful!! I’d never have thought to do this myself and would probably just buy some candles, but now I feel like I can try it myself with your how to guide! :)

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      Thanks Annie! They were super easy. Not terribly messy if you just lay down a little newspaper. Can’t wait to see how yours turn out!

  2. These are so beautiful Jill! I am so not a glitter girl, but my mother-in-law loves these an her table at Christmas, so I’ll make her a few! Thank you for sharing this with us!

  3. Very Pretty!! Cheers.

  4. Hi Jill. I actually bought some battery candles yesterday at the dollar store and had to glitter them up this morning. I mentioned your blog in my post as my inspiration! I also pinned this project. Thanks again

  5. Super cute!

  6. These are so pretty Jill!

  7. These are awesome Jill! I love this idea… I might have to make some of these now that my fall ones need to get tucked away :)

  8. These are so beautiful and yet they are simple to do! Thanks for sharing. I love them!

  9. Beautiful! I’ve been wondering what to make my friends for Christmas and these would be great!

  10. I never knew how easy it is to make these! They look gorgeous.

  11. These are really pretty. This is an awesome project! I hope you will consider linking it up to the Pinworthy Projects Party over at my blog, Just Us Four.

  12. How pretty!! I would think this would be so messy and glitter would be everywhere but you make it look so easy and tidy too!! :)

    • Jill @ Create.Craft.Love. says:

      I was worried about that. But honestly, with them out of little hands reach, it is very tidy! =)

  13. Super cute, Jill. I can’t wait to make some to match my rustic holiday mantle! If you have a sec this weekend, I would love for you to share at Get Schooled Saturday! http://too-much-time.com/2012/11/get-schooled-saturday-50.html
    xxx
    Kim @ Too Much Time On My Hands

  14. Thanks for linking up at Create & Inspire last week! Tonight we’re featuring YOU! Can’t wait to see what you’ll link up this week! xo, Kimberly

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